Alex Murashko

CP Contributor

Alabama Prayer Rally Organizer Thanks Atheists Group FFRF for Sparking 'An Awakening Like No Other'

An estimated combined total of 5,000 people met to pray at all 29 Cullman County School District campuses in Alabama to participate in a prayer caravan Saturday. Hundreds more gathered for a prayer rally at the county fairgrounds in the evening. Spurred on by the threat of legal action from a Wisconsin-based atheists group citing "separation of church and state" to stop the event, the third annual caravan attracted as many as 1,000 people at one high school.

Greg Laurie Asks 'What's Your Story?'

Evangelist Pastor Greg Laurie said he believes that every Christian's personal testimony is significant whether their story of coming to know Jesus Christ is less "radical" than another person's story or not.

Atheist Activists Want to Stop Prayer Caravan, Daily 'Lord's Prayer' in Alabama School District

A group whose focus is to wipe expressions of religion from the public square in the U.S. is attempting to stop Cullman County Schools in Alabama from conducting a prayer caravan that includes school district leaders stopping to pray at each school in early August. The atheist and "free thinkers" group is also asking the district to stop daily recitation of the Lord's Prayer over the schools' loudspeaker every morning.

Theological Seminary Graduates Aim to Close Gap in Biblical Understanding

Four Dallas Theological Seminary graduates who formed a non-profit publishing group aimed at closing the ever-widening gap in biblical understanding between scholars and laymen, recently released their fourth installment in a series of Bible studies through the 66 books of the Bible. The publishers say that "Philippians: Displaying God in Godless Times" encourages Christians to do what they were called on to do during Biblical times – live out their faith in a primarily secular society.